Bragg Gaming announced that it has been permitted a remote gambling licence for Gibraltar, hailing the nation as “an important jurisdiction”.
Through the licence, Bragg will be able to provide both in-house and third-party slot titles to licenced operators in the nation, strengthening the distribution of its proprietary slot titles from in-house studios Atomic Slot Lab and Indigo Magic.
“Gibraltar is an important jurisdiction that is home to both UK and international facing companies and this licence will enable us to further expand our presence in key regulated markets,” commented Lara Falzon, President and Chief Operating Officer at Bragg Gaming Group.
Gibraltar has been added to Bragg’s growing list of licenced regions, as the group boasts B2B licences in the UK, Malta, Romania, Sweden, Belgium and Greece, as well as in four US states and the Canadian province of Ontario.
Falzon added: “We have seen significant growth over the last few months, entering new markets and boosting our reach in established ones, and this licence is an important milestone as we continue our journey.
“We’re looking forward to collaborating with new partners and to introduce our content on their online casino platforms.”
Matej Nemec, Bragg’s Commercial Director, recently spoke with CasinoBeats to discuss the progress of studios Atomic Slot Lab and Indigo Magic, along with the Powered by Bragg partner programme.